Adhi Jaya Hotel
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- Continental Breakfast
- Drycleaning onsite
- Minbar in room
- Meeting rooms/conference facilities
- Airport Transportation
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The flight from Melbourne to Bali was 6 and a half hours and a bit of a bargain costing around £400 for the both of us. After sleeping like angels at Jay and Michelle's and then sneaking out like ninjas we made the short walk to Southern Cross train station where we hopped onto the airport shuttle ($18 each) to make the 30 minute journey to the airport. To avoid a repeat of our previous flight we made sure to stock up on snacks and to eat a ...
... As a matter of fact, I think he was.” And she said, “I used to date his brother, and he was in the Zionist youth organization Habonim with my brother.” Amazing.
Fast forward a bit to 1994 when I was invited to come to Sydney, Australia as a rabbinic intern and extra cantor at the Reform congregation in Woollahra, Temple Emanuel. The first night I arrived from America the Reform rabbi who hired me, Brian ...
18th December 2014 With our taxi on time we were at the airport comfortably two hours before as per recommendations which upon arrival was fortunate as it appeared to be the busiest airport yet! I think this was mainly due to its size as it didn't take us too long to check-in and pay our departure tax (strange as we'd be flying to another part of Indonesia) before we made it to the lounge. The flight was short and low so gave us a chance to see some of Java beneath us ...
... walkways and know how to deal with the traffic mayhem.
Back in the Hotel we showered and headed out for dinner. We went to the small local restaurant that we had seen late afternoon and here we met Mardi and his wife who work 7 days a week from 7:00 till 10:00 cooking for Balinese folk. We were a novelty to have in their place as Australians don't come to eat with them. Out came their three sons and we enjoyed an evening of ...
... alongside western fashion shops too (soo many polo shops here). Don't get me wrong,its a lovely place, but to me the vibe is more backpacker cafes and chilled out shopping than traditional Balinese culture. Maybe I'm just being spoilt (no doubt someone will comment on this and tell me as much) but hey, I'm entitled to an opinion right ;-p Anyway, after wandering round I decided not to couchsurf (was actually going to go with the ceremony, it was the fact I'd have ...